McDermott International, Inc. along with its partners, Chiyoda International Corp. and Zachry Group, have announced that the first commissioning cargo of LNG has been shipped from the Freeport LNG project on Quintana Island in Freeport, Texas. Feed gas was introduced into Freeport LNG Train 1 on 22 July and this announcement of first cargo is a precursor to the completion of Train 1.
“We continue to make great strides on the Freeport LNG project with the shipping of the first cargo from Train 1, which is a major milestone for the joint venture project team,” said Mark Coscio, McDermott’s Senior Vice President for North, Central and South America. “Congratulations to everyone for their hard work and dedication in reaching this project achievement and for their strong focus on safety and quality throughout the project. For 2019 alone, the team worked more than 11 million work hours with no lost time incidents, an outstanding accomplishment.”
Zachry Group, as the joint venture lead, partnered with McDermott for the Pre-FEED in 2011, followed by FEED works to support the early development stage of the project as a one-stop shop solution provider. Later Chiyoda joined the partnership and the joint team provided engineering, procurement and facility construction as well as commissioning and initial operations for the project. The project includes three liquefaction trains with a projected export capacity of approximately 15 million tpy of LNG, a second loading berth and a 165 000 m3 full containment LNG storage tank.
Freeport LNG Trains 2 and 3 remain on track to meet their previously announced schedules, with Train 2 initial production of LNG scheduled for 4Q19 and Train 3 initial production of LNG scheduled for 1Q20.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/05092019/first-cargo-from-freeport-lng-train-1/
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